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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 16, 1962
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Clear Lake Is Next; Reserves Share Honors The greatest single-game scot in.2 binge in 41 years shot Algonn' Bulldogs to an easy 59-13 Norll Central Conference victory ove Hampton before a huge Homecom ing crowd at the new football fiek here Friday night. Not since Algona belted Webster City, 62-6, in 1921 has an Algona team scored as many points, in fact, the total Friday was seventh highest in the history of the school. Tlic- victory kept Coach Jim Hcrsliberger's team unbeaten in five outings and tied with Clarion at the top of the conference standings. It also set up a very important meeting with Clear Lake's potent Lions in another loop game at Clear Lake this Friday night. Clear Lake, off to a good start this year with a pair of wins, then dropped a 25-0 decision to Clarion and tied Iowa Falls, 6-6 before belting Humboldt, 27-0 Friday. Algona got past Humboldt here by the same score in the second game of the season. On the basis of play, Algona must be given the WIN IN 59-13 ROUT Sentral In Strong Showing Sentral Snaps Swea City String In 21 • 20 Thriller 4-Alflono (la.) Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, October 16, 1962 KOSSUTH COUNTY - - ---- - - — The^football squad shown here is perhaps the happiest in Kossuth Richard Pettit, Alan Dacken, Willis Bellinger, Willie Pettit John Laaee n thls vv eek. The reason - ' - ' ^ , an acen, coun fy thls vv eek. The reason - Sentral ended Swea City's 20-game and Larry Geitzenauer, manager. ll/innin O cf foa L- \^\t r\nt-f Jm-r n «1 1 On ,.:„*„...... ,. . ____ 11 ___ i-r>. ._;_._ , i-» i i «-» i . ... . , .. .." *" f J t «»»^v/nn iiiuoi. i/c glvCJJ Li Ic | •* — .. —-w.... * ,,^ m i, ULUSH — uv mi cii ci men i?\>cu \j 11V a ^.\J~t'alH" nod to win. Any let-down, how- w . innin S streak by posting a 21-20 victory over the Trojans at Sentral ever, could provide the anxious Fleld Fl "iday night in a State Line Conference game. Lions with an opportunity for an Sentral's squad members are shown above. In the front row, left upset. If the Bulldogs get past to r 'S nt ' are Jim Weiner, Gary Berkland, Barry Nelson, Dennis Stucki, this opponent, the stage will be set Dennis Newel, George Bierstedt, Marlyn Steinberger, Gerald Luedtke, for the contest that could decide Jerry McArtnn r, Wayne Eimers, Tom Geitzenauer and Lynn Bierstedt. the loop championship at Clarion Second row, left to right, DuWayne Luedtke, John Lufkin, Dennis Oct. 26. Tippie, Lee Preston, Roger Steinberger, Mark Geitzenauer, Duane Score In Four Plays PeSart. Glen Hantelman. Jim Hartman, Danny Kern, Gary Pijahn, It didn't take long for the fire- '. " " ~ works display by the Bulldogs to came Just before the half get underway against Hampton ""'"ams made a brilliant catch Shortly after Ann Haase was of a Walier toss good for 26 yards crowned Homecoming Queen the to put tne ba " on tne Hampton Bulldogs took the opening kickoff elght , rlght after the start of the and scored in four plays. The seconci na " and Waller scored on first two carries netted only three the first play ' then m "- s sed the ex- yards, but with third and seven on tra polnt and the Bulldogs took a their own 32, the locals struck in a 40 ~ 7 Iead hurry. Halfway through the third Stan Tom Waller drifted back and za ' with the regulars back in on hit Jack Williams with a short defense after the reserves had pitch. The end grabbed the pitch I (falled to move on offense, Hodge Back row, left to right, Alan Marlow, Dennis Laabs, Dennis Uthof, Doug Geitzenauer, Perry Eimers, Ted Greinert, Kenny Beaver, Coach Jim Woltz, Assistant Coach Tony Winter, Don Hannisch, Gene Hanna, Mark Bierstedt, Alan Hantelman, Linn Laage, John Luedtke and Bob Weber, manager. The Satellites now have a 3-2 season record and 2-1 conference mark, good for third place in the standings. They will host Rake in another loop game that will also mark Sentral's Homecoming this Friday night. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) Garrigan Starts Late, during the night. Ball carryin chores were split up well, wit Froehlich and Nitchals the bi guns. Froehlich got 91 yards in 11 carries for an 8.3 average am Nitchals garnered 81 yards in 1 tries for a 6.7 average despite a bad ankle. Studer got 42 yards and Hudspeth added 32 on the ground, while Schneider managec to hit five of nine passes for 70 yards and two touchdowns. Official statistics: First downs Passes attempted.. Passes completed.. Yds. passing Passes int. by tip-toed his way through several defenders and was finally dumped on the Hampton seven yard line at the end of a 61-yard gain. Waller squirted into the end zone on the next play and split the uprights with a placekick for the extra point to make it 7-0 with less than two minutes gone. Moments later, Hampton punted ' to Algona's Bill Wetzel who fielded the oval on Algona's 2!) yard line. Larry Helmers knocked the daylights out of one onrushing Hampton defender to start Wetzel off on a beautiful run down the south -sidelines. Bill almost got away, but was finally dumped on Hampton's 35. Four plays did it again. The first was an incomplete pass. Then Waller found Rich Hutchins with a pass for 11 yards before Hutchins sprinted 16 yards to the i eight. A penalty put the ball on : tne three and Wetzel went in for < the score. Waller's placekick was perfect to make it 14-0. Maynard Shackelforcl and a cou. pie of other eager Bulldogs parti ally blocked a Hampton punt to set up the next TU. Starting from the Hampton 41, Hutchins scooted for 2-1, Wetzel [or three, then Waller, back to pass, couldn't find a receiver, so he ran to hi.-> right and scored from the 14. Hi., placekick ran the count to 2!-< uith H 1 -.. minutes of play gone in the first period. (iamr C.c-ts Bit Dirty About this tune, the game got ;. little dirt\, and the officials began stepping off a few long penalies The blocking and tackling at time-, v. as \icious and play became heated. Algona threatened once more before the end of the quarter, bul Hampton hung on and didn't give up touchdown number four until early in the second period. Algona needed six plays to cover 75 yard.-, and a pass from Waller to WeUel who made a dandy catch, got the score on a 42-yard jaunt Thi-, time the extra point uas missed so it was 27-0. Four minutes later, a screen pass from Waller to Dave Skug strom, blocking back who never gels his hands on the ball, ran the count to 33-0. Skogstrom took the pass and covered the 2« yards needed with a fine display of running. Waller booted the extra point and it was 34-0. Hampton Tallies Hampton, with Jerry Hodge hitting four of four passes, moved : V( j. 77 yards just before halftime to u..' a score. The pay-off pitch uent to Dallas Kothenbeutel from the Algona 15, following a 15-yard penalty. Kothenbeutel booted UK extra jioiiit to make it 31-7. Hamp- : |.' unirj i t .. ton scored u touchdown that didn't y f | s , J{ , count when kothenbeutel latched y,'^' on to a Waller pass and wont about tiO sards into the Algona end /one. An offside penalty on the fired a pass that Waller fielded at the Algona 42. Tom slanted to his right and took off 58 yards to run the count to 46-7. He missed the extra point. Reserves Take Over The reserves then came in and played the rest of the way for the Bulldogs. Hampton climaxed a long drive on the second play of the fourth 12 Win Algona 61. Burt 0; in 1017. Algona 76, Charles City 7. Algona 6R. Webster 0, and Algona 82, Elmore 0; in 1919, Algona 77. Em metsburg 7; and in 1S21, Algona 62, Webster City 6. Highest score in modern times was a 47-0 VCF- dict over Eagle Grove in 1960. period as Jim Soper went eight yards for the touchdown to make it 46-13 and set the stage for some fine running by Algona'.s reserves. Dave Martin, freshman halfback who is sure to make a mark in the next four seasons, grabbed a .shaky handoff from Willie Stemman and streaked 51 yards for the. TD that made it 52-13. and when!" 10 ' 1 ' sfcond straight uin Burt Wins 2nd Straight With 41-6 Decision The Burt Bears chalks up Steinman smashed for the extra point, the total uent to 5.'i-i:j Onlv ! 1.10 of the final period was gone I The final score of the game also ; uent to Martin. Bruce Sundet sei up a f)2-\ard march to a touchdown when he went 211 yards with a punt return — and almost went all the way. The Bulldogs were forced to punt, but got the ball back on the first pla\ ami needed onl> two pluy.-, lo scor-.- froMi the Hampton Hi Thi.-, time. Martin zig-zagged his ua> l:. \ard-, foi the point-s and the extra pom' uj-, no good as Steinman v.,, . ,r,u-ai ed at the line of MTimmage. About :!n lli-riM s A' lually. Algona failed to mak 1 in,in> mistake-, in tin, one ,,n< ; a.-, a re-suit there were about .',( ; hcroc- Kvery player LIIC-I! bi Coach Hershberger r c -, p o n d c-il 1 with 100 percent effort The d<fen.,i\e linemen and b.n k , lunMed Hampton lo onh i ! \ .inl-, on l;,< ground and the olfen.-,e wa.-, nioi. than enough Waller ran for 77 \cird- \.\ ->•', 1:1 trie.-, and pu.-.M-d |,,r Ml moie on seven completion.-, in l.i atu.n/, Martin earned the ball u':< -. times for a total of !,;-) sard., h, average 227 per trv for Ins f-i-.1 offensive attempt, llulchui., ad n-l 50 yards in eight trie-. Wet/:-: picked up 2b >ani.> and Sundet 21 William.-, caught two pa---,e, lor it? yards; Wetzel tuo lor r ,7 Ihilchm- tuo for 24 and Skog,tio,-it g-it 2>i on his lone catch Hob (,unn.- grabbtd one hi l:i \ari- diti-n sue balance proved to be the ke\ Official statistics: A First douns }', Passes attempted 21 Passes completed '< passing 11 It, 207 Ydv nit ret KO _ A\e Punt.-, Ave Yd.-, kuk.-, n Tot. yds I i'., caiiLtllcd the play, which I gona vittont Here are other high scoring julau>. 417 Homecoming \ K tor-. ovc.r Lincoln-Central of Oliver at Hurt Saturday night Jani'e Dn-yer senior uas crowned Horntcoriiinc Queen during ceremonn--, at the game. •Jerry Gifford ran nine >ar-!- for Hurt's f:r>t touchdown ri n,e o; ••-) ing quarter Terry (.'-;.,k - evr/i 1 point gave Burt a 7-i; lead after U minute.s of action. J>-rr> Kis-ncr tuunti-d ,-, r jrjir ,,< touchdown-, for the Heat - !':nr, the .-.econd penoil lo ,ce i|-i- i .,<, '•-' H-- uent i,^ \,,,-i| f,,- •<. Iii'-.l TD. then ad-led an-,'h< r -:\ P"-"ti r on a l.',-\ aril nri r.,i,:; arldr-d the extra |join! ; ; f|i-i ,\., -.econd ,i ore to make it JD i; ;,; ii.iltt line C(«,k slammed o\er f ( ;. i-rds out and Ki.-, ,ner a extra point to gi\i- Burt a at (hi.- Ihree-r;,,;,! ter mark Mike W'oll/ co:np let,-, I (he .,, ..- ln ^ m the l.i-.t .,[,jti/,, v. :th a pair "f -pec tacular pa- , pl.,\-.. He i , lc-ri opted a Lincoln < aci. ,! an I uent *.() \ard-, lor one -cur" then grabbed a p<i.-..-, ai,.! went MI .\anl-, for Hie tin;.I TI> of the night. C'ook and Ki . ,nc-r a-: /, addeil a point after touchdown to run the count to 4l->i West Bend Gets Second In Row \*. c>,t Bend scored in evers quar Icr on the way to a 40-ij victors our umless Grac.-ttingcT at We,! Bend Friday night m a Curnbel: Conference game The uin gave Bend a 2-2-1 record for the. The Bulldogs are slated to meet Sioux Valley in another loop fray this Friday night. Tuo men Chared .scoring honors for We.-t Bond in the (JructtmgiT fray deorge Bargman counloi loui !iinc-j on run-, of luo, 2.i. 2C and one yard, anil lie added four extra points to aiiiiiss 2ii point.- during the mgiit I)i-nn> Cuplcn run eight and 10 van!.," for the oih-'i- Bend TD., Da\e Fehi uent tuo CiratUiugw & Bears To Face Big O'Gorman Here Friday Garrigan's Golden Bears, shocked by a hustling bunch of Em metsburg Catholic football player? during the first 2-4 minutes of action, scored five touchdowns in the last half to register a :i.;-i2 come-from-behind victory before a large crowd at Emrnetsburg Saturday night The uin was the first of the season for the Bear.3, ! who now have a 1-4 mark. Em; metsburg Catholic LS 2-2 for the I >ear. A big Ilorm-t timing nicrling wilh () dormaii of Siouv Kails is ni-M on the slate for (,;ir- riijari. The- ('.cars will he out l» lirrak u jin* in the Kridiiy ni^lil nii-i-lin^. They havp , never taken a victory i;i a llomi-ciiniing Inn. IIc-,ides i the football name. ih,. n . H JU j lie i-riiuniug leremonirs lor a Kui" and (Jueen of Homecoming. <'<>;,rh Beanie Cooper's outfit hrtd trouble gutting organized dur- ini-! UK- early going against Km; meubury - and jt times it uas i apparent the Hears might have been ir>mg loo hard to end their four game losing Mrmg The Hear.-, put the fir.,t six point-, ot tlie game on the seore- board <|ui(k. then played erratic bull a.-, KrnmeNburg came' back to tie. (lien lead. U-ii. at halflimo. HucKpc-ih (,oes 52 Yds. Torn lluil.->|jfth, operating with an m lured ankle that kept him out of action a ueek earner, took a hun<] -off from Bob Schneider on a punt return and churned 52 yards for the first touchdown of the game with a little more than two minutes gone in the first period. A plaeekiek attempt by Brian Ath- c-rtun squirted wide of the goal- pu.-its. so the Bears led, 6-0. Catholic kept Garrigan bottled deep m its own territory through much of the rest of the quarter until losing the ball to the Bears on a fourth down gamble on the 5Q >ard line. About 2' 2 minute.-, remained m the first quarter \\hon Steve Studer slummed into the line. The ball was jarred loose and Bill Higgms, L-Burg fullback. lucked it up on the bounce and dashed 55 yards for the Tb that tied the score at u-li. hob Turck uas uuinped a.s he tried to score the extra point. Soon alter the .start of the ,-,ec- uml .itan/,a, Tuiik fielded a (iarri- gan puiU on his> ou/i fivi: >aril line, ^"1 alter tuiitmg from the grasp <•>' half a dozen Bear.-, wound up in the clear, headed fur the Liar- 'me. Only a lust-minute yurds for tackle by Jim .Vilchul.s on the Gar 1 l jgau Iti i ai'd llllu hailed a U5- yard scoring run. Catholic scored in four plays, however, to take a 12-6 lead. Turck got the TD on a five-yard slant. Ben Brink was stopped as he attempted to add the extra point. Second Half Different The start of the third period proved the Bears were ready to take command of the game. Starting from their own 32 yard line, it took 12 plays to cover the 68 yards needed to knot the count. The running of Lee Froehlich and Nitchals highlighted the drive to the E-Burg 21 and Bob Schneider found Hudspeth with a flat pass for the TQ. This time, Atherton's placekick was blocked, so it was 12-12. A break in the form of a punt that wound up 11 yards behind the line of scrimmage set up the next Garrigan score. The kick wobbled high from the Emmetsburg 28 and bounced crazily back to the 17 before it was downed. Nitchals cracked right down the middle on the first play to make it 18-12, and when Tony Bradley caught a pass from Schneider for the extra point, the score went to 19-12. Garrigan started its next march just before the end of the third period. The Bears, with Froehlich, Nitchals and Studer carrying the ball, went from their own 34 to the Emmetsburg 2\ when the buzzer sounded. A one-yard loss and an incomplete pass on the opening plays of the final period made it fourth and six on the 22. Schneider found Bill Hahm with a pass that made it 25-12 and Atherton's placekick failed. Froehlich Slants to TD A fumble following the ensuing kick-off was recovered by the Bears on their own 42. Nitchals and Froehlich got short yardage to the Catholic 42 and Froehlich slanted through the line and outran the secondary to run the count to 31-12. Atherton's placekick failed. The final score came two minutes later when Catholic fired a desparation pass from its own 19. Froehlich shot under the pitch, grabbed it and darted 22 yards into the end zone. A pass, from Bill Hall to Bradley added the final point of the game. After the first half spurt by the home club, Garrigan's defense tightened, and with a couple of long losses thrown in towards the enoToj the game, Emmetsburg was held to a total of 29 yards — all on the ground. The losers failed to complete any passes in five attempts. The defensive play of the Bears was again led by big Paul Seller, who seemed to be. all over {he field, especially during the second half. Koll Up 324 Yds. Meanwhile, Garrigan's last half spurt gave the Bears a total of i&i yoiLU, rushing and G 13 9 5 70 Yds. int. ret." 22 KO — Ave 7-47. Punts — Ave 3-30.3 Yds. kicks ret 85 Fumbles lost 1 Yds. penalized 39 Yds. rushing 254 Tot. yds. gained .. 324 E 2 5 0 0 1 7 3-45. 6-28.7 194 1 25 29 29 Late Pass Lets Rake Defeat Titonka 12-6 A 38-yard pass play in the final 50 seconds ushered Rake to a 12-6 victory over Titonka at Rake in a State Line Conference game at Rake Friday night. Prior to the final TD, the game was a 6-6 stalemate, the result of a Rake touchdown in the first period and a Titonka score in the final stanza. The loss was the fifth straight for the Indians who will host Kanawha in a non-loop affair this Friday. Rake drew first blood Friday night when Bennett Quammc went the final four yards to cap a 76- yard drive to a TD. Titonka marched 68 yards for the score that knotted the count in the fourth period, with Rod North Central Standings W L ALGONA 4 0 Clarion 4 o Webster City 3 1 Clear Lake 2 1 Iowa Falls 1 2 Humboldt 1 3 Eagle Grove 0 4 Hampton o 4 STATE LINE Standings W L Armstrong 4 o Swea City 3 1 Sentral 2 1 Burt i ' 2 Rake i 2 Thompson i 2 Titonka o 4 Hench going the final four yards. The issue was settled when John love passed 15 yards to Kenny Srdahl who threaded his way hrough Titonka's defense to core. Armstrong 5-0 After Victory Friday Night Armstrong raced to a 32-13 win over Thompson at Thompson Friday night and took over undisputed first place in the State Line Conference. Swea City's 21-20 loss to Sentral moved the Trojans out of a tie for the top spot. Rick Holm ran and passed for all the Armstrong scores. He got the Tigers going in the first period when he fired a 5-yard pass to Dan Horswell. Thompson's Ron Lovik scored from the five, then added the extra point to give the home club a s^ort-lived 7-6 lead early in the second period. Armstrong came roaring A six-yard smash by Lynn Bierstedt, followed by a successful drive for the extra point by Tom Geitzenauer in the final minute of play, allowed Sentral to end Swea City's 20-Rame winning streak at Sentral Field Friday night, 21 to 20, in a State Line Conference game. The victory was the third in five starts for Sentral, while Swea City now has a 4-1 mark. Swea City's win string carried through the first four games this year and back through the 1960 and 1061 seasons. A 14-13 loss to Armstrong in the final game of the 1959 season was the last for the Trojans. The loss also shoved Swea City into second place in the league behind Armstrong and put Sentral in third place. Sentral will attempt to improve its mark when it entertains Rake in another loop fray this Friday night. The contest will also be Homecoming for Sentral. Rake got past Titonka, 12-6, Friday night. Geitzenauer got Sentral's first TD against Swea City Friday night when he capped a touchdown march in the opening period by banging over from one yard out. Dennis Stucki booted the extra point to give Sentral a 7-0 edge. Swea City tied the count in the second period when Steve Roberts dashed 33 yards and added the point after touchdown. Barry Nelson flipped a five-yard scoring pass to Bierstedt and Stucki again booted the extra point to put Sentral on top, 14-7, then the Trojans closed the gap to 1413 before the half when Danny Anderson went one yard for a TD. The extra point was missed. A scoreless third period followed the intermission. Swea City, with Rick Seylar passing to Roberts, took its first lead in the fourth period when the latter scored, then added the extra point to run the count to 20-14. The Swea City score set up the finish by the Satellites who then scored the clincher and added the point to take the thriller. It was the biggest win in the career of Jim Woltz, Sentral coach. and Holm climaxed a long drive with a 17-yard scamper to put the Tigers on top, 12-7, at halftime. During the third period. Holm went three yards for a TD and passed to Steve Reding for another that covered 11 yards. With the score 25-7 in the fourth quar tor, he zoomed 70 yards for the back final marked. 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